The next generation.
The ENVE SES 5.6 Wheelset is the proven SES 4.5, implementing the latest advancements in ENVE's SES technology. Faster, stiffer, and more stable than its predecessor, the SES 5.6 delivers confidence-inspiring performance in all wind conditions.
With a variable depth profile, the SES 5.6 front rim measures 54mm deep, while the rear rim 63mm deep for the ultimate in aerodynamic performance. Optimized for tires ranging in size from 23 to 28mm, the SES 5.6 also is now tubeless ready for improved traction, rolling efficiency, and puncture resistance. On the outside, the braking surface features ENVE's textured carbon braking track, providing industry-leading heat resistance for uncontested stopping power, modulation, and control in dry or wet conditions.
Built by hand in Ogden, Utah, ENVE selected the DT Swiss 240 hubset for this version. Extremely lightweight and durable, the 240s are a legend in the making. The rear hub utilizes the DT Swiss Ratchet System freehub, using two magnetic pawls that glide over each other during coasting, but instantly engage when pedaling.
The ENVE SES 5.6 DT Swiss 240 Wheelset includes both skewers (100/130mm), brake pads (10mm Shimano/SRAM), valve extenders (45mm set), accessory bag, tubeless kit, wheel manual, and a wheelbuild card.
- Rim Material: Carbon fiber.
- Wheel Size: 700c.
- Tire Type: Clincher, tubeless ready.
- Rim Depth: 54mm front / 63mm rear.
- Rim Width: 20mm (internal), 29mm front / 28mm rear (external).
- Brake Compatibility: Rim.
- Hubs: DT Swiss 240.
- Front Axle: Quick release.
- Rear Axle: Quick release.
- Spoke Count: 20 front / 24 rear.
- Manufacturer Warranty: 5 year.
- Claimed Weight: 700g front / 854g rear / 1550g set.
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